Founded at the beginning of 2014, Little Weaver is a worker-owned collective dedicated to socially-responsible design and website development and passionate about the development of a better internet built on open-source technologies. Members of our team can be found in Washington DC, Seattle, San Francisco, Vermont, Connecticut, and Ontario.
CoLab is a full-service technology cooperative with eight worker-owners and a 20+ strong collaborator network. Our skilled technical team partners with your organization to build capacity and deliver strategic, long-lasting results. CoLab is located in Ithaca, New York with collaborators worldwide.
We met through the WordPress NYC Meetup, brought together by our mutual appreciation for simplicity and the evolution of small things. We are a workers’ collective, a partnership of five professionals who pool our talents and tools to make things better for our clients (and easier for ourselves).
Each member brings a unique set of skills and experiences to the Collective, but we all share a strong belief in open-source software, collaborative effort and empowering the individual WordPress user.
Together, we are a mighty force that you can harness to grow your business, spread your message and know that real people have your back.
Design Action Collective began in 2002 as an independent design and communications spin-off of Inkworks Press Collective. This has allowed us to better serve the movement for social justice by expanding our design capabilities to provide web and other interactive and “new media” services, and continue to expand to include strategic communications and messaging.
Since the founding of Design Action, we have grown to be a multi-lingual, diverse 11-person shop. Our members have come to Design Action as activists and organizers within the social justice movement, and with the desire to offer our skills as designers to the progressive movement.
Design Action is a worker-owned and managed cooperative and a union shop, affiliated with the Pacific Media Guild, Local 39521 Communication Workers of America, AFL-CIO. We are also active members of Graphic Alliance, the Network of Bay Area Worker Cooperatives, and the U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives.
Webskillet is a worker-owned co-operative based in Burlington, VT.
We help community organizations, nonprofits and small businesses communicate clearly and effectively online, and engage with their members, clients and the public. We build and maintain websites, manage email and social media communications, and consult on communications strategy.
The worker-owners at Webskillet are also proud members of the United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America (UE).
C4 Tech & Design is a worker-owned cooperative that provides technical and design services to businesses and non-profits in the Greater New Orleans area. After forming in 2002, C4 quickly expanded into two synergistic teams: our Business I.T. Services team offers technical support, networking, and computer repair services, while our Web Design Team offers graphic design, web development, and custom programming services.
C4 offers a variety of innovative technology consulting services to an eclectic range of businesses and organizations throughout the Gulf South region and across the country. From envisioning the concept for a website to implementing highly integrated technology strategies, C4 has provided innovative solutions to a diverse client base for over a decade.
FullSteam Labs is a worker-owned tech cooperative specializing in beautiful and functional custom websites, tailored solutions for web-based tech, content strategy, and graphic design for screen and print. Those services, along with the small team and dedicated attention we provide, is a robust suite for companies and nonprofit organizations.
With an eye toward building a brighter future, we are passionate about using design and technology in ways that are both inventive and intentional. Our focus on content and functionality, and our team approach, begins at the very first point of contact – and is consistent throughout our journey with you.
Polycot Associates is a strategic Internet consultancy, website design and development company that uses mature, robust open source platforms — primarily the Drupal content management framework and Wordpress content management system -- to create web solutions that are engaging and highly functional.
Our websites are SEO-enabled and built to optimize traffic and conversion rates.
The TSC fosters autonomy and independence through education and support that focuses on the intersection of technology and humanity. Through our efforts the Cooperative movement will be stronger, smarter, and more agile, while providing right livelihood to our members.
Caravan was created by four Montreal residents in 2012, while looking for an alternative to the typical web agency and freelancing model. They came up with Caravan Web Worker Cooperative, a service provider in the web industry, democratically managed, focusing on collaboration and innovation.
Agaric helps people create and use powerful web sites. As a collective of skilled workers, Agaric collaborates with you and open source free software communities to develop tools and build platforms that meet your needs.
Palante Technology Cooperative is a worker cooperative dedicated to providing web, database, and general technology consulting and support to social justice oriented organizations and progressive nonprofits. The Palante Tech team (currently five workers) combines a breadth of experience to develop solutions that are informed and shaped by our clients' missions, constituencies and target audiences. We’ve developed a deep understanding of the needs of our clients and an expertise in providing affordable, effective solutions that enhance and sustain their work. All members of the Palante Tech team are strongly committed to social justice and have experience as activists and organizers in our own communities; this personal investment further informs and drives our work.
We provide strategic on-line campaign consulting, web design and web application development, and create and leverage open-source applications.
Our clients protect natural resources and human health, ensure quality of life for the working class, fight white supremacy and the prison industrial complex, and keep the pressure on the US government to reject Middle East militarism as a failed policy. Our clients are winning.
We are a growing worker-owned technology cooperative specializing in web & mobile applications for social justice orgs, non-profits, academics, artists, and others. Bringing years of expertise from industry, academia, and social justice organizing, we understand the values that are embedded in code and design. We work with our clients to elicit intended values to make beautiful, appropriate, and easy to use technologies. Our work has been featured in numerous academic publications and has had extensive media coverage.
As our logo reflects, we are based in Michigan helping to bring life back into our home.
Established in Montreal in 2004, Koumbit is a registered non-profit which promotes the use of free & open source software by community groups in Quebec, Canada and abroad, and creates a skills and resource pool for progressive-minded autonomous IT workers and design professionals. Koumbit provides hosting (including shared web hosting, virtual servers, and colocation), website creation (primarily based on Drupal and WordPress), graphic design, constituency relationship management (using CiviCRM), and training services.
Data Systems Inc. is a Worker Owned Cooperative that has been in business for over 30 years.
It is our mission to provide our clients with affordable administrative software that is uniquely capable of handling their business needs, while providing superior customer service, support, customizations and integrations. We solve mission critical problems and eliminate time lost due to double data entry.
Here at Data Systems, we have a vision of building and implementing software solutions to support and grow the Cooperative Economy and strengthen our Regional Food System. Our associate developer Kanishka Azimi has recently completed work on our first contribution to the cooperative movement, a web based application that can be used by worker cooperatives for tracking member patronage, equity and dividends. Find out more at www.camp.coop.